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From posted workers to migration, the EU’s long-term budget and the digital economy, 2018 has proved an eventful year for the Parliament so far.
From cybersecurity to paternity leave and sexual harassment: parliamentary committees have many issues to deal with this week.
Copyright rules, plans to boost border security, and improved cooperation on defence were in the spotlight during this week’s plenary session.
MEPs roundly criticised the failure of EU leaders to come up with solutions to the EU's migration problem during a debate on 3 July.
Austria took over the presidency of the Council of the EU on 1 July. We asked Austrian MEPs to share their expectations for the presidency with us.
MEPs will vote on new rules on external border security, discuss the June EU summit and debate the future of Europe with the Polish prime minister during the upcoming plenary session.
Parliament committees will this week hold a public hearing with Facebook and debate whether EU values are being respected in Hungary. A conference on cultural heritage will also take place.
MEPs will vote on new copyright rules for the internet and adopt measures against antibiotic resistance. People also have until Wednesday to register for a cultural heritage conference.
From stricter drone rules to migration and the new composition of the Parliament: check out our overview of June's plenary session in Strasbourg.
MEPs will vote on new EU-wide rules for drones, discuss the future of Europe with the Dutch prime minister and debate the Iran nuclear deal during June's plenary session in Strasbourg.
More than 8,000 young people descended on the European Parliament in Strasbourg on 1-2 June to discuss their ideas for a better Europe. Here are some of the highlights.
Better working conditions for truck drivers, anniversary of the Sakharov Prize and measures to create a safe online environment for all are on the Parliament's agenda this week.